If you ever spent any time as a performing artist, you know what a kick it is to be in front of an audience that knows what you’re about.
This is 4K video. Open it up to full screen. It repeats twice…each time slower motion.
Annually, the world produces and stores enormous amounts of ammonium nitrate—more than 20 million tons in 2017. But for the compound to figure in an explosion of this magnitude, chemists and explosives experts say a lot has to go wrong.
The most interesting thing to me – technically – is noting the shock wave travels through the earth, through solids…faster than it does through the air. You can see near(er) objects judder frame-by-frame in the last slo-mo before the airborne blast arrives in the vicinity of the videographer.
No surprise there. Just didn’t think of it till I saw it.
Dogs are always the toughest critics to impress.
Banksy’s hit and run graffiti carries a useful message – as usual. 99% of all graffiti sucks AFAIC. Management of the London Underground has a policy of removing 100%. So, this effort is already history. But, the video is still pretty cool.
“Things are not getting worse.
They are getting uncovered.
They are getting recorded.”
Thanks, DD Wiz